Confessions of Faith

I grew up in a Methodist pastor's home, and regularly was exposed to aural traditions of this sort.

Beliefs may be important. Procrastinating before work today, I wondered what it would be like to write a version reflecting my current state of mind.

I believe in the triviality of human beings.
I believe that each person is a particular structure,
that each structure may be deciphered,
and that all structures are subjects to be hacked.

I believe that meaning is temporary,
that truth is the sum of dark corners and sunshine.

I believe in emotion, in its causes, and its effects.

I believe in its destruction.

I believe, I believe, I believe...

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